Lake Crabtree County Park welcomes all visitors and affirms its commitment to offering recreational services that are accessible to everyone. We will make every effort to ensure that visitors of all abilities are fully included at our facilities.
Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
Visitors Who Are Deaf
Visitors on the Autism Spectrum
We welcome families with children and adults on the autism spectrum. The following resources will help you plan for an enjoyable visit.
Lake Crabtree County Park is a 215-acre site located beside the 520-acre Lake Crabtree, with lots of trails to explore, playgrounds, picnic areas and a historic homesite. We hope you enjoy your visit to Lake Crabtree and use these resources to help you plan for a fun day at the park.
- "My Lake Crabtree Park" Visual Schedule: Create your own visual schedule to help you plan out your visit to Lake Crabtree by printing at home, or come pick up one at the park office.
- Read our Tips for a Successful Visit.
- Check out this Social Narrative for an Independent Family visit to Lake Crabtree County Park.
Visitors of Different Physical Abilities
Lake Crabtree County Park is an ADA-accessible location. The parking lots and paved paths leading to shelters and restrooms meet ADA criteria. On-site an ADA boat launch provides easy access to the lake. Also, our fishing pier and platform are wheelchair accessible.
Birding is for everybody. That's why Lake Crabtree is proud to be a recognized location by Birdability, in collaboration with the National Audubon Society. Check out their website for more information at birdability.org and see our site location here.
Lake Crabtree offers Birdability Outings for ages 8 and up. To view or register for upcoming opportunities click the link below!